Is There a Constant Reality?

If we can exist only in the constant change of the point of view (sensory, psychic, mental) and this must apply analogously to every place of effect (hardly has it worked, it is different), how then stability, something constant arises?

Of course, by repeating the alternation: of thought, of way of looking at things, of mutual confirmation, of effect. Quite exactly, the change can be repeated only for an infinitely short moment; then it must already reach beyond the repetition in order not to cancel itself out. That is, it changes altogether and thereby remains open. For stabilization, approximate repetition is sufficient, though. So we believe approximately the same thing for a long time.  

Why again do we repeat ourselves at all? Because otherwise everything would disappear again immediately, existing only for an infinitely short moment. But if something has gained minimal stability and thus formed an entirety, this can have a further stabilizing effect, since a change with it as such now also contains more repetition: Each alternation contains its sides, after all, and thus "brings" something from each side into the other. If one of them is relatively constant, the other one is "addressed" again and again in a similar way and thus "seduced" to constancy. Or it loses the connection at some point.

In the so-called "matter" it happens not differently: It stabilizes itself in this way in molecular interactions thus forming mountains, table and climate. Since it is nothing but small and big alternations of the place of effect, the whole alternation can be traced in principle up to the human brain and its mind - and vice versa from the mind into its brain into its environment. We find manifold intermediate stabilizations of emotional-mental, mechanical, electromagnetic, other and unknown kind, all contributing to our relatively steady world, but never self-contained.

Now, however, the entirety of an alternation is, as described, a consciousness structure (see Consciousness I and Consciousness II). Consequently, we are dealing with forms of consciousness everywhere - with more or less Freedom of Choice (see there as well as Subconscious) and an increasingly unknown depth (see Awareness I and Awareness II). We live in a world of the choosing consciousness or awareness. So constancy is willed.

We humans, for example, create legal laws; animals, plants and bacteria form their own social rules; and the inter-actions of "matter" also fit into regularities, so-called "laws of nature." However, from the relative openness of every alternation system follows equally that it can change at any time with a certain probability. Therefore, even "laws of nature" must be relative in some way.

Their stability in experimentation is based - like that of our living world - on relatively closed "collective" interrelationships. They mean the far-reaching exclusion of alternative paths of alternation and favor mutual "dependencies." What we believe, we look for and find with higher probability, and what we mostly find, we believe. We alternate there again and again, with all others pointing us to it, and suppress the seemingly inappropriate "rest". Ultimately, what is found and what is believed are inseparable and possible deviations are aberrant. And we are even right about that: Our Reality Funnel is established.

Only of what we cannot change despite deliberate openness, we do not yet know why it resists. On the other hand, it would also be strange if we had unlimited potential with limited knowledge of the world - or if we understood our deepest intentions.